In the 7th, Hello Gold (5-1) returns to the grass for trainer Michael D'Amelio, and no, I don't really know who he is either. But this daughter of Gold Fever ran second after setting the pace on a soft course two races back, so here's a chance to test out the theory I mentioned yesterday based on the wins by Coronation Day and Our Golden Dream. Whatsmore, that grass race has come up extremely strong; the first, third, and fifth place finishers all dominated their next races, with the first two of those doing so while stepping up in class. Not a ton of other early speed in here, and her numbers at least (dosage and Tomlinson) indicate that the extra sixteenth won't be a problem. Hier Encore (7-2) was the 4th place finisher in that key race - curious announced trainer switch from Clement to an out-of-town barn. Prior was a graduation win against maiden claimers in a race which also came up strong. Ruby's Tune (3-1) seems a logical favorite dropping in class and getting a grass race after two off-the-turf efforts.